Please do not visit Windsor Great Park or Swinley Forest this weekend, unless you can do so safely on foot or bicycle.
NOTE: There is no cycling in Swinley Forest
Please follow Government advice to stay at home, even in the good weather.
Staying at home saves lives.
There is no car parking anywhere at Windsor Great Park and Swinley Forest. Please do not drive to get your exercise this weekend. Police and local authorities will act on any illegal parking around the Great Park and Swinley Forest.
We want to keep Windsor Great Park and Swinley Forest open, however, to keep everybody as safe as possible, we will not hesitate to close the Great Park and Swinley Forest completely if visitors do not follow Government guidelines on social distancing:
Only go out once a day for your essential exercise
Don’t gather in groups of more than 2
Keep your 2 metre distance
Do not let this weekend’s fantastic weather do more harm than good.
A progressive independent commercial business, created by Act of Parliament. Our portfolio includes the whole of Regent Street and much of St James’s in London’s West End, prime regional shopping centres, Windsor Great Park, rural land and coastline, and the UK’s seabed.
With over 4,800 acres for you to explore at Windsor Great Park you are never short of something to do if escape and fun is high on your list. With a Royal history spanning over 1,000 years, you can encounter historical monuments, ancient forests and stunning horticultural displays, as well as rare wildlife, plants and fungi.
Activities in Windsor Great Park
A gentle jog is a great way to blow away the cobwebs and enjoy the fresh air
Can you spot any signs of Windsor Great Park wildlife as you exercise in the Park?
Take in the stunning views of the resident deer as you take a stroll along the Long Walk
Walking is great exercise and a chance to be mindful of all the things around you
Windsor Great Park has witnessed countless events throughout history, dating back to pre-Saxon times - each of which has left its own distinctive mark on this impressive landscape. From William the Conqueror using the landscape as a hunting ground, to Queen Victoria entertaining on the shores of Virginia Water – our Royal connections remain strong today under the stewardship of HRH the Duke of Edinburgh, the current Ranger of Windsor Great Park.
Share in the experiences that generations of the Monarchy have enjoyed throughout history as you wander through Windsor Great Park. To find out more, visit our Heritage section and Interactive Timeline below.